>>45061516 haha, how can autism be used as an insult?
Only an ignorant cunt would use autism as an insult. (And there's nothing I hate more than ignorance)
Autism is a gift in my case, I have an IQ of over 150 which makes me technically a genius thanks to my autism. I've been going through school all my life being bored out of my fucking brains getting at least 95% on all my tests (and all the incorrect answers were silly mistakes) because I'm just too fucking smart for school I can't wait for everyone else to learn something I already knew within the first day or too of being taught it.
Every year I scored the best of my grade on these stupid multiple choice tests we do and the principal came to my class to tell me that, which obviously resulted in being called a 'nerd' which is true but I shouldn't be ridiculed for it.
I recently became home educated so I could learn at my own pace and I'm getting my ap courses done in 1/4 of the time everyone else has to do it in, I'm also doing more than double the average amount of ap courses that usually would be done.
I used to get paid $50 an hour working online, which is more than the teaching assistants at my old school earned, it was so fun pointing that out to them
So in conclusion, calling someone autistic is not an insult, in my case it makes me highly gifted.
One more thing, I don't know if this has anything to do with my autism but I am a sociopath so I'm not hindered by irrational emotions like guilt, compassion, empathy, etc.
haha, the most satisfying thing is to know that you will all see this as a waste of a natural gift and that I am undeserving hahaha, that brings me great satisfaction.
I'm practically perfect, let the jealousy flow through you.
>>45062524 >needed to grow the fuck up >"I don't like what you're doing, so I'm going to take it from you and throw it like a 5-year-old instead of just kicking you out or telling you to stop!" Nice bait, by the way
>>45062624 >>45062665 >He was going to use my phone, autist. I told him if he did I would blow his brains out with my Maverick 88. >>45062700 >No shit, it's a terrible system. Given you as the DM, how do your players tell the difference?
>>45062779 >Instead of talking to people about how I feel I immediately consider violence and damaging property as the only worthwhile action. Again, you have genuine autism, or some other severe personality disorder. You should talk to a specialist before you hurt someone.
>I get that's the insult du jour around here but it gets tiresome.
>>45062779 >It's okay to text and drive, text and ignore your friends, text and not pay attention to a goddamn D&D game? Given that you threatened to kill someone, your position to judge is dubious at best. >>45062820 >My players LIKE my GMing I find that hard to believe. >to turn every RPG campaign into a joke Nothing to turn, friend.
>>45062923 >Where did I threaten to kill someone? Right here>>45062665 >I told him if he did I would blow his brains out with my Maverick 88. I mean a least try and remember the shit you're actually posting.
>>45062875 >Case in point: if hair gives a +2 to Charisma, why wouldn't EVERYONE have cool-ass hair and everyone get a +2 to Charisma, thus making it a worthless concept? It could be- >Unless it's like a special ability, which would still be gay and autistic as fuck, it's stupid as shit and just unbalances the game for no reason. So even if it IS given as a 'special ability' by the mechanics, you would still refuse it, on principle, despite your argument against it being that it's not supported by the game system? Great internal consistency. Do you run a campaign where everyone is Level 1 Human Fighters with no feats or something? >>45062923 >Where did I threaten to kill someone? You can't possibly be serious. Try >>45062665 >He was going to use my phone, autist. I told him if he did I would blow his brains out with my Maverick 88.
>>45062954 >See, this is where you say "lol anyone who actually cares about their RPG campaign is a retard" Alright, faggot. Since you obviously don't have the goddamn capability to understand something outside of yourself if it's not spelled out for you, let me explain it to you in small words. You are a sad, sad clown, and every game you run must be a circus as a result. I don't know if your group shows up because they don't have anyone else to play with, or maybe because they're afraid you'll kill them if they try to drop out. >>45063007 >Just like you do with RPGs; you ignore everything good about it for cheap laughs to make yourself feel clever and boost your ego, just like everything normies do. And you have spent this entire thread jerking over your superiority, ignoring the possibility that anyone other than yourself could even hypothetically find enjoyment in something you don't. >A bonus is meant to reward something special, not something every idiot can do by spending 2 gp. So why in fuck's cunt should it give a bonus? Here's a wild fucking thought. Because it's fun, and it's not your fucking game to ruin? God forbid someone, somewhere, enjoy a one-time cheap joke because it somehow ruins your artistic integrity across the internet.
>>45063051 Let me describe how this would actually happen in a dnd game:
>PC:Can I ask the barber for something ridiculous >DM: Sure >PC: I'm getting a pompadour >Other PCs laugh >DM: Ok sure >PC: Can I get a stat boost for having great hair >DM: We'll see >the dm might push him over the edge on a roll later 'because of his distractingly beautiful hair' or something. The players all enjoy it
The other PCs don't do it because in casual campaigns where this is okay there will generally be absurdly low mortality, because the fun isn't in statting your character and being the best you can be, it's hanging out with your friends and having an adventure guided by a dm.
I'm sure the concept of anything but a SUPER SERIOUS campaign is foreign to you, but it's really not hazardous to the hobby. It's been happening for as long as the game has existed.
>>45063193 >explain why the fuck hair should give a bonus to Charisma 1) Getting your hair done correctly makes you appear better to other people. 2) Most people are assumed not to have their hair done correctly at any given time. 3) Charisma is the statistic associated with personal presence and influence. 4) Getting your hair done correctly requires time and money, both resources usually used to gain bonuses. Thus, it makes sense that if you spend time and money preparing your hair to look better in social situations, you receive a situational bonus. You goddamn fucking sperg.
>>45063255 >That is because they try to force that shit on others >It's the wrong way to play. Wow, hypocrisy, how unexpected. >Go back to your Toon campaign because that's the only RPG where this kind of shit is even moderately acceptable. I currently run two campaigns and play in three, which is as much justification for my DMing style (which, is, by the way, not constant lolrandumb wacky hijinks, as you with your limited view might expect) as yours.
>>45063331 Okay, what are the shaved head + goatee bonuses for the following: >blue jeans and white tanktop >ratty housecoat and smelly slippers w/ optional bent cigarette and tumbler of shitty whiskey >business suit >stylish autumn jacket and slacks >police uniform >future space armour from space >Twelve Withering Mountain monk robes >full plate w/ optional zweihander
>>45063281 >No fucking shit. I don't see how that has any logical link to the rest of your assertion, but whatever. because the PCs don't care if it's broken, and won't try and get a crazy haircut themselves, because it wouldn't be funny to copy it. It might be broken, but if it isn't exploited then it really doesn't matter at all. It's not like a DM can't stop it if players actually try to exploit it.
>Nah we have jokes and comic relief, just not shitty crap like what OP suggested.
Yes, and we also have whimsical "Your hair grants you +2 charisma" games. It is absolutely still a table top role playing game no matter how upset you are by it. It's existed for longer than you have, and it'll continue existing for as long as people play serious campaigns.
>>45063401 >blue jeans and white tanktop +2 intimidation, -2 diplomacy >ratty housecoat and smelly slippers w/ optional bent cigarette and tumbler of shitty whiskey +3 intimidation, -5 diplomacy >business suit +2 intimidation, +2 diplomacy >stylish autumn jacket and slacks +1 charisma, +1 intimidation >police uniform +4 intimidation >future space armour from space +1 intimidation, the armor should handle the rest on its own >Twelve Withering Mountain monk robes do you look old? +4 intimidation if not, +2 intimidation >full plate w/ optional zweihander +1 intimidation
>>45063486 You openly admitted to threatening to kill someone over the events of a roleplaying game that is not something a mentally healthy person does. You need to get help before you do something irreversible.
>>45063508 So if I'm some ratty dude with a scraggly beard and haven't cut my hair for two years, I have the same charisma as a guy with a nice haircut who is well shaven? That doesn't make any logical sense and isn't realistic in the slightest. Nice try dude, but I know how the rules work.
>>45063489 >be me >sleep in due to it being a day off >hear someone at the door >consider for a moment not answering >decide to answer anyway because it might be important >get out of bed in nothing but dirty boxers >stumble towards door >remember the cat >"fuck, I need to catch the cat so that he doesn't run away" >pick up cat >realize that boxers probably show part of ballsack due to aforementioned boner >don't want to put down cat >open door >"oh, it's Jehovah's Witnessess" >they walk away without saying a word to me
>>45061741 How old are you? Been on the same boat, you grow out of that arrogant attitude if you actually go out of your comfort zone and meet people that don't care about your IQ or how good your grades are. You are not perfect, you still have plenty to learn and grow, get into the medical field, do volunteer work, make friends with people that you would normally think as inferior to you and truly hear them, go clubbing without drinking (or whatever i'm not your mom). Live your adventure
>>45064069 I think hair / beautification could be a replacement for a stat enhancing tome, at least in the sense of charisma.
I also recall some Mercedes Lackey books - the gryphon series - where the kestra'chern spent huge amounts of time coiffuring and beautifying various species, among many other things (prostituting / bdsm / massage / minor healing talents / empathic abilities / etc).
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